Klamath River

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GAGE
TIME
FT/CFS
℉/Turb
GRAPHS
8 am
0.85/268
7 30 year
8 am
/733
7 30 year
8 am
3.69/757 ⇓
38.3
7 30 year

Importance by half-month
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Hatches are matched from Westfly's database of "standard" fly patterns.

Trout


► The Keno stretch--between Keno Dam and Boyle Reservoir--offers good numbers of 14-18 inch rainbows, and not a few trout around five pounds. It can be a steep hike into the canyon, but the rewards can be worth it. The best fishing is when the output from Keno Dam is under 1,000-1,200 cfs. Use large, heavy flies, such as purple or black Rubber Legs. Use trout indicator tactics and drift your fly near the bottom between rocks, along current seams, and into mini-eddies. Take lots of flies.

General


► Access can become difficult during the winter. Roads can be icy and snowy, and steep trails can become very dangerous as well.
Klamath Falls

The Ashland Fly Shop 541-488-6454

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